Sessions Arms House Republicans Against Boehner Immigration Push

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart, January 29, 2014

In an unusually aggressive move, top immigration hawk Sen. Jeff Session (R-AL) is moving to preemptively arm House Republicans with anti-amnesty talking points and other materials ahead of a major planning session at the House GOP’s Maryland retreat tomorrow.

Sessions’ office hand-delivered a four-piece packet to House members that includes a โ€œMyth vs. Factโ€ document on immigration talking points to prepare them to fight back against immigration proposals Speaker John Boehner is expected to push in a closed-door meeting.

The 14-page Myth vs. Fact document, provided exclusively to Breitbart News by Sessions’ staff, breaks down 10 of the major talking points commonly used by amnesty proponents and offers detailed rebuttals.

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The packet is unusual because members of the Senate generally do not involve themselves heavily in the internal affairs of the House as a matter of protocol. {snip}

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  • I can see that the people on Jeff Sessions’s staff read V-Dare every day. Good for them.

    I could add, re #7, the main reason why “immigration will help Social Security” is myth is because swapping out higher wage white people for lower wage non-white immigrants will only reduce the tax revenue that comes into the Social Security system from the FICA tax.

    • The Verdict of History

      Here is number 8 —>

      If you’re going to allow tens of millions of culturally alien people to flow into the country – unchecked, un-screened and un-accounted for – then why have national boarders?

      Why have immigration laws – AT ALL – if they are not even going to be enforced??

      Mass illegal immigration makes a mockery of sovereignty.

      Put another way:

      If you’re not going to safeguard the integrity of the native culture and the native majority, then WHY have a nation to begin with??

      • Sick of it

        Thus the mass movement of peoples around the world in preparation for a one world government.

  • D.B. Cooper

    Jeff, you need to get rid of this thing. Send it to the unemployment line. A republican who runs as the anti-Boehner would get my vote as long as he follows up on his promise.

    • Thinking out loud here.

      If Boner can’t find a way to scam at least half of all House Republicans to vote for a bill, and gets too frustrated, I can predict what he will do:

      Break the Hastert Rule, call for a floor vote on the Senate Gang Bangers of Eight bill in the House. It’ll get the votes of almost all Democrats and just enough RINOs to pass. The next day, Boner will resign both as Speaker and from the House, and get his golden parachute probably seven figures a year from the Chamber Pot of Commerce.

      I’m hoping that if there’s any serious chance of that happening, House Republicans revolt and overthrow him and all the treacherous RINOs in leadership, starting with Boner, and extending to Cantor, McCarthy, Rodgers, Goodlatte, Paul Ryan and a few others.

      • E_Pluribus_Pluribus

        I predict “Boner” will cave, all right. He’ll cave to the right wing of the party. He has a solid restrictionist career voting record on immigration (“B”). I think the donor class/RNC/presidential campaign consultant pressure to get the immigration issue “behind” the GOP is so intense Boehner has to go through the motions of attempting to accommodate these interests.

        In the end though, he’ll cave to the right.

        (I hope.)

        • mobilebay

          From your mouth to God’s ear.

          • E_Pluribus_Pluribus

            God’s, maybe, but not Boehner’s. I admit surprise. I didn’t think Boehner, Cantor, Ryan etc. would go this far. Nonetheless, “principles” is not legislation. Language matters, but legislation matters even more.

      • NoMosqueHere

        Which way will Boner bend?

        But, seriously, all the aforementioned rinos should go. And Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III is doing heroic work.

      • M&S

        >>
        I’m hoping that if there’s any serious chance of that happening, House Republicans revolt and overthrow him and all the treacherous RINOs in leadership, starting with Boner, and extending to Cantor, McCarthy, Rodgers, Goodlatte, Paul Ryan and a few others.
        >>

        And I’m hoping that they impeach them and then hold show trials for treason as a precursor while they build the ‘foregone conclusion’ on the Galleria and find some new rope.
        Only the best for our elected criminals.

        Since that will never happen, and since refusing to reelect once the damage is done is more or less bandaiding a sword wound as an addendum to history (for as long as people can still read) that the majority did not approve of their dispossession from their own country; the REAL question becomes what do we do to begin backing away from the rabid animals in our midst and forcing this to an issue of secession and separation.
        Or reinvention of OUR country.

        Politics traditionally doesn’t deal with what is hard or new, it only enforces that which is already agreed upon by a majority of the electorate. And by breaking -this- rule it proves that our leaders no longer feel it necessary to work for us.
        And so deserve dispossession in turn.

        This is ‘due notification of intent’ and we are not treating it as the signal begin our own war preparations as the one thing we -can- still control, in our own response.

        Why. Not. ?????
        If you want to give Senator Session ammunition to use, put up online petitions on as many forums as possible titled: “If you do, it’s Civil War.”
        And make sure that everyone who signs that petition does so under a set of ROE that begins with: “No another vote, not another dime of taxes, until we have a Constitutional Convention to reorder our society to the majority will. You are all fired.”
        You people have to HELP those who are trying to fight for us by showing them who the largest stockholders in America /really are/.

    • WR_the_realist

      BTW, Boehner was also listed as one of the most corrupt politicians in Washington by the conservative watchdog organization, Judicial Watch.

      • foundingstockcracker

        Boehner needs be sent home to pick the lice out of his son-in-laws dread locks.

        • bilderbuster

          And his daughter’s crotch.

        • Junghans

          Mega Bingo on that statement. I hope that Sessions’ ploy works with the dingbat Republikaner politicos and their halfwit “leader” from Cincinnati.

    • NeanderthalDNA

      Don Juan Beaner.

      Sessions appears to be one of the only survivors of the once competent and powerful Republican machine.

      I never thought I’d say this, but that machine’s an utter train wreck, and that scares me.

      • SoulInvictus

        A big You’re Welcome to y’all from Alabama. ๐Ÿ˜‰

        I’ve never really been a fan of Sessions, but he may just win me over by taking a stand on this issue.

        • NeanderthalDNA

          Don Juan Beaner…

          A Southern man don’t need him around anyhow either…

        • And yet, just like every time they try to shove open borders down our throats, and in some cases, are successful, opposition disproportionately comes from the white South.

          As far as Jeff Sessions, when he first started out in the Senate, he was to me really not much more than an above average Republican Senator. So how is it that he’s become the best of the bunch? I think it’s just plain experience, just being around long enough and living long enough to have paid attention and noticed things. Of course, I say that, and then I remember that John McCain has been on Earth and in the Senate for quite a long time, too, so there goes that theory.

          • SoulInvictus

            Well, we’re a little more at ease with our racism here, chalk it up to practice and experience ;). Even most of the lefty folks I’ve known don’t much care for blacks and wouldn’t be stupid enough to live on “their” side of town.
            As for Sessions, I think it’s just that the bar has been set so low. He’d probably make a crappy Presidential candidate on the charisma side of things. And the likelihood of a white, Republican Alabamian with the middle name Beauregard getting elected in a national is far less than another Hussein. The Daily Show bits would write themselves.

          • M&S

            Beauregard is French for ‘well respected’.

            Elect the man, not the badge.

            Those who use The Daily Show as their source of political reasoning are not going to be reachable by any sane discourse on immigration anyway.

            But we should not set ourselves apart from someone who might fit the bill, simply because of a name.

          • SoulInvictus

            I was being humorous (mostly) about the name. I just know he’d get painted as the second coming of George C. Wallace so fast as to be unelectable. It’s going to require more stealth, charisma, and cunning than Sessions demonstrates to get someone of like mind in the Oval ever again.

    • Anglo

      I’ve seen the pictures of Mr. Boehner at his daughter’s wedding with that dreadlocks Jamaican goon. A man who would approve of that has to be morally bankrupt.

  • Alfred the Great

    The globalists have to remove white people, so they can have a controllable, do nothing mixed race population that will be docile. That, at least, is what they think. What will actually happen is widespread crime and slaughter. I just hope that the white people who are still around can find a place of refuge and emerge once again. I wonder if this is really what happened the last time.

    • Sick of it

      I somewhat disagree. Mixed race peoples are rather easy to control when one does not wring one’s hands over the use of violence in order to control them.

  • WR_the_realist

    Jeff Sessions: Please run for president in 2016. All the party ever gives us are pod people who make the Democrats look good by comparison.

    • libertarian1234

      Yes how sick we are of establishment Republicans who are afraid to say the obvious for fear of losing, then end up losing miserably anyway.

      The GOP needs bomb throwers and guerilla fighters, not stiff upper lip types who can’t articulate anything but how much money their elites stand to lose if the Democrats win.

      • jackryanvb

        How about starting by taking a new name?

        Libertarianism, race denying libertarianism has been open borders immigration for a very longtime. The individualist Libertarian world view is simply suicide for our people as non White groups especially Blacks, Muslims and Mexicans work to have total power of us. Individual White Libertarians are no match for groups who attack us and who stick together. My god, how can intelligent Whites stick with this libertarian loon stuff.

    • Pro_Whitey

      Agreed. I realize many commenters here don’t see any benefit in participating, but I plead with you to mention Sessions to your friends, and at least throw him a bone with a vote in a primary. I’d like him to adopt also a policy to bring about international trade balance and also to end affirmative action. If he were to concentrate on those three issues and not get distracted by social issues, he could ride them into the White House. Not that I mind his social issue positions, but the leftists have been using them in the past couple of election cycles to cause disunity among whites, especially by peeling off white women who might otherwise be tempted to go for the GOP.

      • Immigration, the international trade imbalance and affirmative action ARE social issues.

    • jackryanvb

      No. No. No.

      Stop doing the same old, same old acts of losing.

      White Americans always, ALWAYS waste all their time and money hoping for some White Presidential savior. Ain’t happening.

      Go state and local and build local political and cultural power that seperates from the Washinton Beast.

      Pat Buchanan could have run and won governor of New Hampshire in 1996, he could be running the state party, recruiting talented young a whites to run and win all office. Instead idiots convinced him to run for President on Reform Party ticket.

      Tom Tancredo should have run and won Governor of acolorado and done the same.

      Our side is like the Chicago Cubs, embracing losing ways and our side lives and dies to see so e old f$&@ give some speech at the Republican convention.

  • Spartacus

    Just stop feeding them, not only will they stop coming, but they’ll start dying off too .

  • Evette Coutier

    What has illegals done to earn citizenship other than break our laws and leach off our economy?

  • bigone4u

    Since I used to be a university professor, I know how much research and careful crafting of words went into Senator Sessions’ mythbusting document. He deserves the thanks of all of us for going the extra mile. Now, if only the document itself got widespread distribtion–goes viral. I’m going to send it to a couple of people on my email list. Think about it.

    • It’s a document assembled by a group of people, (and make no mistake about it, his staffers wrote this), who have paid very close and meticulous attention to the immigration issue for quite some time, and who have done their homework, and who stick with the issue.

      Remember, personnel is policy.

  • Talltrees

    Of course, he said nothing about what illegals would do to the Republican Party, how they will hurt the White base, or how they are destroying our culture and changing the government to something we don’t recognize.

    • SoulInvictus

      If he were to say anything along those lines he might as well strap on Klan hood with a neon Don’t Vote For Me sign strapped to it.
      Seems like a lot of people here aren’t happy unless a politician self-immolates to prove their bonifides.
      How much legislation is David Duke passing these days…

      • Talltrees

        You missed my sarcasm.

        • SoulInvictus

          I did. The same sentiment is expressed here often with no sarcasm whatsoever so I took it that way. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Luca

    This document is built upon common sense and fact. The sad part is so few citizens today are capable of using common sense or recognizing and respecting facts and our elected leaders are either incompetent, corrupt or both..

    • Bobbala

      #10. Free compulsory state schools …

    • Sick of it

      The average IQ does not leave one well-equipped for high-level thinking or planning adequately for the future. People used to understand their limitations.

  • Marc Zuckurburg

    Oh my, somebody’s getting their Facebook page deleted!

    I know what grounds I will use to delete his page:

    Intolerance – Nazi – Never Again – Interfering With Marc Zuckurburg’s Wealth Accumulation Rate

  • Anglo

    Senator Jeff Sessions is one of my senators. He has my continued support as long as he continues to fight the Amnesty bill. If it were possible that he ran for president, I would certainly vote for him on this issue alone.

    • willbest

      Sessions is probably the only “viable” GOP candidate for President that I would vote for in 2016.

      He wouldn’t make it through the primary though. The GOP establishment would see to that.

      • Anglo

        You’re right, the GOP would seek to destroy him. At least I respect him; I’ll stand up for him as long as I can.

    • Non Humans

      I would actually make the effort to vote if he ran for POTUS. That says alot about him as a candidate, because I equate politicians to the weather. It doesnt matter what the constituents want or express, most politicians are going to do the bidding of the highest bidders anyways.
      .
      Our govt is corrupt and malicious to its core.

      • Anglo

        It is corrupt indeed.

  • SoCal Patriot

    What Sen.Sessions has done here, is a perfect example of true and courageous leadership.This kind of bold, decisive action is the reason more and more of us consider him to be made of solid, presidential timber.

  • jackryanvb

    Please contact Sem Sessions’ staff and thank him for his strong leadership.

    We have other options if this goes down. southern “autonomy” with a Swiss style caton system, not full secession is a promising alternative to the Federal Beast.

    No way Alabama and Camden New Jersey, New Haven CT should be the same country, ruled by Washington, New York, Hollywood axis of evil.

    • SoulInvictus

      We’ve been saying that here since the 1850’s…
      On the upside (I’m always looking for good news), as water supplies around the globe dwindle, the survivalists and preppers (figure there are Lots here) should note concerning Alabama:
      “The U.S. Geological Survey estimates that approximately 10 percent of the freshwater resources in the entire continental United States originate in or flow through Alabama.”
      and
      “Few states can match Alabama’s surface freshwater resources. At least one-sixth of the surface area of Alabama is comprised of lakes, reservoirs, ponds, wetlands, estuaries, and flowing rivers and streams.”

      Food for thought for future minded folks as all the canned peaches and bullets in the world aren’t going to matter if your area runs out of water. We also have pretty good gun laws and nice/safe places to live (outside of Bham and the crummier parts of Montgomery and Mobile). And I’ve lived in the crappier part of Montgomery and even that wasn’t Detroit level bad. Nice beaches, some beautiful camping scenery and a long growing season too. And more golf courses than you’ll ever want to play for those that like that. ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Carney3

        Yeah, but those summers… and no snow at Christmastime.

  • God Bless Senator Sessions, a man of principle, courage, and conviction. What a shame that men like him don’t make leadership. It seems only the sellouts of this country do.

  • scutum

    God Bless Jeff Sessions and his staff. These people are true patriots. Please remember Senator Sessions at election time and contribute whatever you can to his campaign.

    • I don’t think he’ll have any problem winning re-election to another Senate term from Alabama this year.

      But if he wins re-election either by some outstanding margin, or with some record vote total, or he gets a bigger than usual percentage of the black vote, (which would still be far from a majority), he might get Presidential ambitions.

  • Thank God for Mr. Sessions and his honesty! If anything can save the traditional GOP from the RINO plutocrat pigs, it is guys like him.